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Last comment 4 November 2017
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If I wanted to build a web-based dashboard that monitored various HIE transactions where would I start?

Examples of measures would be Provide & Registers by Facility, Patient Views by facility or even PHR related data.

I have a successful POC that uses nodejs, html and SQL but I think it makes more sense to use Intersystems technology all the way around, I just don't know where to begin.

CSP for the web piece I assume?  How would I access the data, for instance all P&R requests on the BUS?  Any other tips or starting points?  Maybe examples of a similar project?

 

We do not have a DeepSee license

Last answer 21 June 2016 Last comment 21 June 2016
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Hi,
We recover a large amount of data from an external database (SQLServer, about 1 million rows in JDBC).
However, we have treatment time issue.
This process takes more than 30 minutes whereas on a "classic" SQL Server Management Studio type request takes less than a minute.

While searching on the internet, I came across this article: http://makejavafaster.blogspot.com/2015/06/jdbc-fetch-size-performance.html
It explains how in Java, we can tweak the FetchSize parameter of the JDBC driver to optimize this kind of process.

Is there a way to access this JDBC parameter through the EnsLib.SQL.OutboundAdapter adapter?

If not, how do you deal with this kind of situation of large volumetry

Last answer 20 September 2018 Last comment 20 September 2018
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